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Old 09-02-2013, 05:40 AM
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Old 09-02-2013, 08:40 AM
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Originally Posted by robbie_gtc
Help!!! After doing the rear diff update i can not get the gear box cover closed at the top shaft. Of i remove a shaft spacer it closes but then there is too much play on the shaft.

Has anyone encountered this???
For the diff itself, did you build it without the spacer between the diff cup and case? wondering if that is causing any issues if you didn't.

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Old 09-02-2013, 09:02 AM
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B main, REALLY!.......... and not even BQ
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Old 09-02-2013, 09:05 AM
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The diff isnt the issue. The case fits perfectly around the diff. The issue is at the other end of the gearbox cover where the shaft fits in the cover. It wont close.
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Old 09-02-2013, 09:17 AM
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Originally Posted by robbie_gtc
The diff isnt the issue. The case fits perfectly around the diff. The issue is at the other end of the gearbox cover where the shaft fits in the cover. It wont close.
yeah, I know. what I was getting at was if I am reading what you said correctly, all was fine prior to you doing the diff mod right? It may be something there could potentially causing it to not close that's all.

Can you take a pic or vid of what you are seeing and post?

In particular, a picture of your top shaft.

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these are the images of the issue right?





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maybe its the angle, but are both bearings the same that the top shaft is going into?
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Originally Posted by Cain
maybe its the angle, but are both bearings the same that the top shaft is going into?
I never dissassembled the shaft. I simply pulled out the diff and left he rest as is. I'm baffled and cant figure it out.
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Originally Posted by robbie_gtc
I never dissassembled the shaft. I simply pulled out the diff and left he rest as is. I'm baffled and cant figure it out.
Added a pic of what you posted showing the case ...

One thing to confirm, are you absolutely sure that the bearing is sitting all the way down into the diff case?

I seem to recall having this issue myself and having to lightly knock the bearing into place.

I would take the end of an exacto handle or something similar and run it around the inside lip of the case to make sure I wasn't hitting a burr or something exposed causing the bearing to not sit down all the way.
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I don't think both spacers are supposed to be there... Only spur side???
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Old 09-02-2013, 06:00 PM
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Originally Posted by GraphiteChassis
I don't think both spacers are supposed to be there... Only spur side???
Suppose to be a spacer on both sides of top shaft.

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Install bearings inside gear case first ,make sure both bearings are seated flush & then install top shaft.
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Originally Posted by Wild Cherry
Suppose to be a spacer on both sides of top shaft.

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Install bearings inside gear case first ,make sure both bearings are seated flush & then install top shaft.
Anybody got a good link on anti squat and how to adjust it right. looking to start on that part of the car now. or also a link on jacking and how to fix that would be great too we have a lot of guy at the track that get it in the 2wd class and none of know how to fix it lol.
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Originally Posted by imrob
Anybody got a good link on anti squat and how to adjust it right. looking to start on that part of the car now. or also a link on jacking and how to fix that would be great too we have a lot of guy at the track that get it in the 2wd class and none of know how to fix it lol.
Hudy set up guide explains it and how to adjust among other very useful tuning info.
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Originally Posted by imrob
Anybody got a good link on anti squat and how to adjust it right. looking to start on that part of the car now. or also a link on jacking and how to fix that would be great too we have a lot of guy at the track that get it in the 2wd class and none of know how to fix it lol.
can't adjust anti squat on the sc 10 4x4, comes with 2 degree..

may be a after market part that offers some adjustment.

what's wrong with your rides anti squat ?
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Haven't driven this truck in a long time but from memory there are different rear toe blocks that have 2 different anti squat options.
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